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... his "apartment." The grounds were beautiful but you can tell it's the end of the summer; roses are fading & leaves are falling & the temperatures have dropped a little. We left there around noon to cut across the countryside avoiding Prague to get to Karlstein Castle. It was supposed to take 1 1/2 hours but we had some distractions. Traffic was halted at the dam straddling Slapy Lake. There were 2 police helicopters circling over ...
... minutes, in the drizzling rain.
This church is special as the monks stored bones here from the 14th century or so then they were later arranged.
Here is the blurb to save me writing about its history.
Loved this ...
... one of his most popular books - Hosi od Bobri reky.
Then we were walking for another 5 km till we reached the town of Ledec nad Sazavou where we bought some food in the local supermarket. Since we decided to spend our last night near the Castle Chrenovice we had to keep walking 5 more kilometers. We were under the castle quite early so everybody (again besides me) decided to have a bath in the River Sazava. I was just chilling on the bank of the ...
... 40,000-70,000 human skeletons around this little chapel. We had lunch in Kutna Hora and tried to get rid of all our Czech money which proved to be very hard to do when everything was so cheap and we were short on time. An orange and white cat wandered onto the patio where we were eating and I fell in love with one of the girls in our group because she fed half her lunch to the poor thing. It made me think of my kitties back home. We made one last stop right before crossing ...
... decorated in human bones! Chandeliers, garland etc. Creepy McCreeperton. Apparently it was the artistic handiwork of a local woodworker ~1870. I guess a good option since the bones were just sitting around anyway.....;) we paid for a visit to 18th century Church of the Assumption of our Lady, but didn't get to see it as a service was going on when we stopped by.
Back at the station we called the 'tourist minibus' only cost 70 crowns (~$3.50) and ...